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- Updates on Wednesday 20 July 2016
New designs for Heathrow Airport which include open green spaces and large expanses of glass have been released as part of its continuing bid for expansion.
It is described by architects Grimshaw "as setting a new standard for the future of aviation".
Plans include the third runway and easy access to the new Crossrail link.
The airport is competing with Gatwick for government permission to expand increasing capacity in the south east.
A man who filmed a water fight in Hyde Park that turned violent has described the "victimisation" faced by the police from the crowd.
A UKIP councillor who said on social media that all Remain voters should be killed has apologised and said his comments were a joke.
Terence Nathan, a councillor in Bromley, south-east London, posted on Facebook it was "time to start killing these people".Copyright: Bromley Council
He wrote: "There is no need for threats just a bullet".
A spokesperson from UKIP said the councillor was "obviously joking".
West Ham's former captain acted as an inadvertent "middleman" in a Christmas hamper con in which fellow players lost thousands of pounds, a court has heard.Copyright: PA
Kevin Nolan told the jury he had passed the details of a hamper salesman named "Mark Kingston" to club officials.
The 34-year-old said he passed the details to player liaison officer Tim De'Ath telling him: "Mark sold luxury hampers and he would like to come into the training ground."
A Harrow MP has voiced strong opposition to a perceived lack of affordable housing at six planned “Trump Towers” blocks.
Sadiq Khan says he wants to put a TfL team in charge of Southern's services.
The company has axed hundreds of trains from its timetable in an attempt, it says, to run a more reliable and resilient service. It follows months of delays and cancellations due to staff shortages, and a dispute with the RMT union.
A Bromley mum was shocked when she arrived home from a family day out to a rude missed delivery note.
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It started off as spontaneous water fight in London's Hyde Park, but it ended in violence.
But as the sun started to set, things started spiralling out of control.
A large crowd of people became increasingly hostile to police officers resulting in violent clashes between the two.
Five officers were injured and one was stabbed after 2,000 revellers tried to set up an unauthorised sound system.
Barking and Dagenham Post
Firefighters have taped off three roads outside Barking Enterprise Centre after witnesses heard a “huge bang” this morning.
A mental health project in London is among a number in England which will receive £55 million from lottery funds to support young people.Copyright: Newscast Online
Authorities in Blackpool, Kent and Newham have each been awarded £10 million to "spot the early signs", the Big Lottery Fund (BLF) said.
Council-led schemes in Cornwall and Wolverhampton were each granted nearly £9 million while £7.8 million will go towards a five-year project in Hull.
Lyn Cole, BLF grant-making director, said funds would "tackle stigma".
Community leaders in Stamford Hill have slammed the "disturbingly light" sentence given to a 14-year-old boy who placed lit fireworks in the pockets of Jewish pedestrians.
The deputy chief of the Met Police has linked a rise in reports of hate crimes to the result of the EU referendum.Copyright: Google
Scotland Yard deputy commissioner Craig Mackey said the Brexit vote appeared to have "unleashed something in people".
The number of hate crimes the force sees daily has more than doubled since before June 23.
Four hundred people have been arrested in London for suspected hate crimes since Britain voted to leave the European Union, according to the Met.
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Cab hire service Uber has been taken to a London employment tribunal by two of its drivers who claim it is acting unlawfully by not offering holiday and sick pay.
Uber, which allows users to book and pay for a mini cab through a smartphone app, is used by up to 30,000 Londoners.Copyright: Getty Images
The test case centres around whether the drivers can be considered workers or, as Uber argues, as self-employed.
The two legal definitions are accorded different employment rights.